For the second spring in a row, a member of the Park Hill 4x400-meter relay team found a new home at a Division I school.
For the first time in more than a decade the Missouri State High School Activities Association is addressing the public vs. private school issue.
A quartet of former high school standouts are back home playing soccer in the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
The Kansas City Siege, a 12-and-under baseball team that contains a handful of Platte County residents, reached the championship series of a prestigious youth tournament this past weekend.
Once again, South Dakota junior Chris Nilsen was more than up for the task.
RIVERSIDE — Tony Mena has found a way to merge technology and youth wrestling.
Sophomore Cirr Davis capped a strong season with the Park University track and field program on the final day of the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships on May 25 in Gulf Shores, Ala.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is proposing increases to the prices of its annual trout permits and daily trout tags starting in 2020.
Kansas City, Mo. – The Osage Trails Chapter of Missouri Master Naturalists will hold an orientation session for people interested in serving conservation as trained volunteers.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Park Hill South senior Christian Ludtke led the Panthers in scoring and trips to the medal podium at the Missouri Class 5 Track and Field Championships on Saturday, May 25, at Battle High School in Columbia, Mo.
A diverse collection of student-athletes signed national letters of intent last month during a signing ceremony at Park Hill South High School.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Winning a state championship in any event is a feat but the Park Hill girls’ 4x400 meter relay team has done it three times in a row after taking the top spot at the Missouri Class 5 State Track and Field Championships on Saturday, May 25, at Muriel W. Battle High School in Columbia, Mo.
Kansas City, Mo. – As crappie fishing heats up this spring at Smithville Lake, anglers are reminded that the length and creel limit regulation has changed for crappie at the lake.
Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that turkey hunters checked 36,231 birds during Missouri’s 2019 regular spring turkey season, April 15 through May 5.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Joshua Lee broke the state record by catching a 76-pound black buffalo shot in Stoddard County.
A total of 11 student-athletes inked letters of intents in one of the largest signing events ever at Platte County High School.
ODESSA, Mo. — Haley Luna never broke from her smooth strides during the 400-meter final of the Class 4 Sectional 4 meet. She almost effortlessly crossed the line at Odessa High School with no visible strain indicative of her record-setting performance.
After an impressive two-year stint at Iowa Western, the No. 1 junior college prospect, according to Rivals.com, is trading in textbooks for paychecks.
After winning a Class 1 title last year, needless to stay the West Platte girls track and field team was interested in picking up the MSHSAA program last weekend at the annual MSHSAA Track and Field Championships in Jefferson City.
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